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In order to pursue a complaint of concealing evidence it had to be pursued within the statute of limitations
, which would have been 5 years from the date it was concealed. In order to make a case for criminal charges you have to prove that the intent of the court was to conceal evidence and not, as they said, to protect intellectual property/trade secrets. Any charges would also have been up to the US Attorney, since you cannot bring a civil suit against a judge for performance of their duty as they have statutory immunity and to get around that you have to prove intentional criminal misconduct (of course with the Supreme Court stating he was justified that will be extremely difficult if not impossible to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, which is the standard you have to meet for a criminal case).
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